Treatment Issues

Chicago PsychologistTreatment Issues

  • Academic issues: including time management, test taking, or choosing a major field of study in preparation for a career or career change
  • ACOA issues influencing adults and adolescents
  • Adoption issues influencing adults and adolescents
  • Bicultural issues influencing identity, relationships and career
  • Coping with medical conditions or illnesses
  • Cultural diversity, acculturation and identity issues experienced by 1st generation U.S. born citizens, international residents, or US citizens returning from living abroad
  • Disordered Eating issues involving diet and exercise balance
  • Eating issues involving bulimia
  • Emotional issues such as depression, anxiety or anger management
  • Employment indecision or conflict
  • Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual issues, including deciding when/how to come out
  • Grief and mourning responses to losses involving relationships with people/pets, jobs, transitions following geographical moves
  • Midlife transitions, e.g. launching adolescents from the family, entering the job market, changing career course, returning to school or starting training programs for a career change
  • Military veterans or family members
  • Police or family members
  • Relationship issues, e.g. premarital/marital/partnership, separation/divorce, bicultural relationships, intimacy issues, communication difficulties
  • Self-esteem issues
  • Sexual abuse sequelae
  • Sexual identity and relationships
  • Stress management
  • Substance use (alcohol, recreational or prescription drugs)

Chicago psychologist

Chicago Psychologist

Call 847-570-0817 for an initial consultation.

Illinois Licensed Clinical Chicago Psychologist.  Counseling is an individual process in which you explore your life and relationships in a different way that thinking on your own or talking with friends or relatives. It is a process focused on your needs, desires, and goals.

Chicago psychologist